Okay, found this at Saver's today after work. Recognized what it *could* be, not sure what it actually is. Anyone? There's also text on the back, the largest of which says Alpha and Omega (in the center), ringed by more rings of text like "adonay eloym tetragrammaton agla" in the innermost, then some alchemical symbols and angelic names, and then Aericus, Modiath Rex, Sattader, Squineas.
Gee, wonder what you'd find if you goggled "tetragrammaton"?
It isn't the same sigil, though. It isn't even close to anything I saw, and I spent about an hour searching. I might just not have been using the right terms. Googling the words gave me some results, but the assigned sigil was not the same.
It's still a ,tetragrammaton saying "It's not the same" is like saying the accompanying image isn't of Jesus because it doesn't look exactly the same as the one you have.
Are you looking to pawn or sell it?
The best i can do is 20 bucks
So a very basic analysis would inform that it is a pentacle of Solomon with angelic characters. I am sure you could find what exactly it is in either the greater or lesser key of solomon. Nice find.
I just went through my copy of the greater key and it only somewhat resembles the second pentacle of Jupiter for acquiring glory, riches, honour and all kinds of good. Wish I could be more help.
Some kind of personal sigil. I haven't a clue as to the specific meaning, but I've seen a few in the past. Somebody I used to know had a couple they handmade, looked very similar to this.
I'd recommend going to a more specialized forum for a concise answer since much of what you'll get here are forced memes in reply.
Same poster and I went through the Grimoire of Honorius and it more so resembles the pentacles in that book attributed to solomon. So it is a pentacle of Solomon (which is funny considering it's a hexagram).
What is referred to as "Solomon's Seal" is two inverted entangled triangles, not your image. It was originally a Babylonian symbol for the worship of Saturn (or rather, the god they thought Saturn was, whom eventually became Zeus)
>Esther 8:8 Write ye also for the Jews, as it liketh you, in the king's name, and seal it with the king's ring: for the writing which is written in the king's name, and sealed with the king's ring, may no man reverse.
This is why the seal of Solomon is popular when invoking spirits or creating talismans. This is also why this symbol is used for the flag of Israel and Judaism who's goal is to keep Torah (the holy book) from being altered or destroyed.
>may no man reverse.
Before it was Israel's symbol, it was Solomon's. Before him, it was the symbol for the planet Saturn, adopted from the math-focused Babylonians who worshiped Saturn as "Tammuz".
It is a mathematical symbol. That symbol is the 2D representation of a 3D figure - two tetrahedrons (four-sided equilateral pyramid), inverted within eachother. It is also sometimes called a star tetrahedron.
its just a jew coin pendant. jews know they are not sexy so they invented the kabala and stole alchemical symbols when nobody gave a shit about kabala and made jew coins
basically jews turned into what the christians started out as emo vampire faggots who thought it was edgey to hang out in grave yards and get high